After a third consecutive week of gains on Wall Street, three major U.S. stock index futures rose slightly on Monday morning, but failed to break the record set on February 19. As of press release, Dow futures rose 17 points, or about 0.06%, to 27845.0; S & P 500 index futures rose 4 points, or about 0.12%, to 3367.62; and Nasdaq 100 index futures rose 11.5 points, or about 0.1%, to 11156.12. However, the S & P 500 index still failed to break a record high, hovering around this level for most of last week. As of Friday’s close, the S & P 500 index was only 0.6% lower than its intraday high of 3393.52 set in February. < / P > < p > “the S & P 500 is overbought at key resistance levels and is resisting seasonal headwinds,” ARI Wald, head of technical analysis at Oppenheimer, said in a report to clients. However, if the market “starts to consolidate from here, we will pay close attention to the accumulation of cyclical stocks, and we expect the index to break through new highs.” < / P > < p > Wall Street is still keeping a close eye on the latest progress in the negotiations on a new coronavirus stimulus plan, which has stalled before. At the same time, investors expressed concern about the continued downturn in the US economy and the escalation of international geopolitical tensions.